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    What principle best applies for euthanasia?

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    life forms on Earth other than human, ie plants and animals, land and waters; natural ancient 


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    You feel that genetically modified foods..

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      What are stem cells?

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    Regarding the concept of bioethics which of the following statement is false?

Bioethics Questions & Answers

What is passive euthanasia?
Passive Euthanasia the process where by life is taken from a patient either by the patient himself (Suicide) or my a doctor or nurse(homecide)
What are Ethics?
A formal process of making logical and consistent decisions based upon moral beliefs
What is informed consent?
A document attesting that the patient has been informed and understands the nature of the procedure, the risks, possible outcome and alternatives of the said procedure